30 years from now what will be the “ you are not going to always have a calculator in your pocket?” equivalent?
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Working from home.
I’m sure it will become more commonplace in that time frame.
Your brain isn’t always going to get a good connection
“You can’t have your phone as your only friend”
Something about an IA assistant. I mean, a really useful one.
“It’s not like you can know everything about a person just by looking at them.”
(AR glasses showing everyone’s social media).
You’re not always going to have a 3D printer at home.
“You can’t be single forever. You must find a husband”
You can’t weigh 400lbs because you’re not always going to be in 0.25 earth G.
We used to have to install devices in our house that we’d talk to to get information or interact. Nowadays we just think about it.
Also we’d have to pull a device out of our pocket and unlock it, scroll around, etc to see a message from a friend. Can you imagine not being able to talk with someone without using some other devie that runs on batteries? Being able to be in a groupchat in my head is awesome.
We used to have to get up in orbit by basically exploding tons of hydrogen and oxygen, making a helluva mess. And that could only get a few hundred pounds up. Now that we have antigravity, we can just go into space anytime we want.
You are not always going to have a dick in your pants.
Nothing. You’ll have access to everything through your phone or similar device.
no automobile ownership- only leasing
You’re not always going to have a WiFi connection, in thirty years you will be able to have WiFi on the moon.
You’re lost and GPS is down.
always it will never disappear, it will only improve
You are not going to always drive a vehicle by hand
“you’ll always have a phone in your pocket”
By then, we don’t carry anything, we’ll just interact with computers that constantly surround us.
“You can do whatever you want to when you grow up!”
Entire generation: Thinks they can to be rich and famous